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Discussion in 'Other Single-Cuts' started by twchua, May 27, 2011.
I'd go with the BLP-CTM. It's a nice guitar!
just notice the blue classic I bought is H01085..
I will admit that I have no experience with bigsby attachments on guitars, but I am curious if anyone can tell from the pic below if this bigsby was installed without drilling any additional holes? I was considering buy a bigbsy BLP-CTM model and just take off the bigsby.
Yep. That's a factory installed Bigsby (which makes sense because Deviser made a bunch of Bigsby Classic CTM types). Were it not, you'd see the stud holes for the tailpiece half sticking out from under the Bigsby just by the tension bar.
Bacchus BLS-FM-2 2017
I'm not sure what the production numbers are.
Wowsa! Check this: http://www.deviser.co.jp/content/201781
Limited to 30? The one in your pic is fitted with beano pups so basically a Momose...
Hi Guys got this bacchus lp jr copy (pix above) for awhile and im having trouble getting some details about it, i already asked the guys from bacchus guitar page and unfortunately they dont have info. and also forgot to mention the guitar doesnt have a serial num at back.
Bacchus produced gibson copies w/o serial numbers from 94-97/98. My guess would be around 97 and made in Japan.
I'm betting the genius over on the FB page had the right answer for you
thanks! by the way the original bridge was a gotoh 510, replaced it with an "old school" style wrap around tailpiece. sacrificed the intonation for more accurate looking copy. lol.
i did ask them through FB page, they were the ones couldn't find any info about it.
same question here.
thank you everybody for the replies.
Afaik early ones had the correct gibson bell trc. Around 96-97 the trc changed to the shape on your junior and again in 98-99 the trc changed to the current Bacchus trc.
I need stronger glasses! That would be one of the early ones. Also i forgot to mention that the earliest ones didnt have the Live Road script logo on the headstock. So maybe 94-96?
That sounds better
It would be a BLJ-59 TVY or something like that. I'm not sure if they specified SC or DC.
here are the other photos for more reference. thanks @free713 & @Grammy bird for the info.
the original bridge is this one gotoh 510. (shown below) too modern for my taste in terms of aesthetics.
wait, just got an email. @free713 @GrammyBird here is something that dont add up to the BLJ-59 TVY "theory"